Lake Huron - This is a multi-day route intended for the intermediate Paddler. You need to be capable of self-rescue at the very least. If you are with someone else, you should have practiced a two-person rescue before. Both the weather and waves can change very quickly and you have to be prepared. Fog can also roll in at any time, reducing visibility.
The northern coast of Bruce Peninsula is utterly spectacular and brilliant. When the weather is cooperating, the water is amazingly clear with deep aquamarine tones against white limestone. Paddling along the coast you get the best view of the Niagara Escarpment cliffs while passing huge boulders on the shoreline, interspersed with the odd pebble beach. The cliffs along the shore are dotted with caves, some of them at water level and have sinister gurgling sounds emanating from them.
two sites – Storm Haven and High Dump (referring to an old logging dump site) are reserved by calling the National Park reservation office, and both are much more frequented by hikers on the Bruce Trail than they are paddlers.